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struggles. >> short the aussie dollar, what, long the mexican peso? >> mexico is one of the big winners because they're deliberately raising wages. so low value added chinese manufacturing is nowhere near as competitive in the world as it once was. you see evidence of the u.s. getting some of it back. so mexico sort of had its breakfast, lunch and dinner the past 20 years by china appearing on the scene is probably in the early stages of regaining some of that a. so i think mexico is a big winner. southeast asia, philippines, for example. >> all right. jim, stick around. more to come from you. let's get over to asia and get a wrap of the day over there. >> thanks, ross. asian markets were mostly higher buoyed by improved data in u.s. and europe and also the rba rate cut. surprising move from the central bank helped the australian market end at a five month high. resources and banks enjoyed the rally. the aussie dollar on a one month low on the back of that decision. more companies announced profit warnings as concrete signs of a fwleb al slowdown, but shipping companies rebounded on som
. >> stay tuned. >> please. >> mark your calendar. >>> this comes to us from kob in albuquerque, new mexico, where one woman might be the oldest user on facebook. maria metzker had recently celebrated her 105th birthday with friends in her living room and with her 85 friends on facebook. maria can't even display the actual year of her birth on her page because the social media site doesn't actually include an option that dates back that far. we like this. we like that story. i'm lynn berry. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today your nbc station. >>> in ireland, one bird was able to ruffle quite a few feathers during a morning commute. a white swan wandered across a busy dublin street, slowing traffic for many drivers. luckily, a former farm hand was able to coax the bird off the street and on to a nearby sidewalk. that comes in handy, right? in the end both the swan and the passerby seemed to be quite amused by the whole ordeal. >>> all right. send in the clowns. it's time for a convention. sometimes it's called the festival of laughter. it is the 17th annual internat
are about to take a pounding. and this hail in new mexico is just one sign of what's to come. >>> slow ride. thousands line the streets of los angeles as the space shuttle "endeavour" moves to its retirement home. it's a 2-day, 12-mile trip, costing $10 million. we're live this morning, showing you what it takes to move a spacecraft when it's here on earth. >>> the bridal bandit. caught on tape. police are looking for a woman accused of ripping off a wedding gown worth 5 grand. and wait until you see who she has with her at the time. >>> and love lessons. taylor swift talks about her relationships past and present, in her most candid interview yet. what does she really think of john mayer? and did she really kidnap a kennedy? the country darling opens up. >>> do you want to repeat that on-air, dan, what you just said? >> i'm getting abused here. >> this is my jam is what dan harris said. >> even news anchors get a little emo at times, people. >>> with three days until the next presidential debate, team obama is soliciting celebrity help this morning. what role will bruce springsteen and mor
to free fall from the edge of space and go towards the new mexico desert. the plan, years in the making, is astounding. felix baumgartner will try to make a supersonic, stratosphere jump, from 23 miles high and breaking the sound barrier with speeds of 700 miles per hour. baumgartner, an austrian p paratrooper says he is ready for the challenge. >> it's almost here. this is my biggest dream. we're one step closer. and i'm almost there. i feel good at the moment. >> reporter: along with baumgartner's nerves of steal, the mission requires cutting-edge equipment. he'll strap on a special helmet, get into a pressurized suit and liftoff from roswell, new mexico. it will be hoisted by a balloon with 30 million cubic feet of helium. its skin much thinner than a ziploc baggy. it's so huge, i'm would cover 40 acres if laid flat. the ride up will take close to three hours. and then, the sky blast and the open site, the moment of truth. >> that one step forward, you know, is an important step because you know you're coming home. you're going back to a very healthy environment again because you've
of it was limited. the louisiana territory was purchased two decades earlier, but remained unorganized. mexico's north stretch from the sabine river on the gulf of mexico to the 42nd parallel on the pacific ocean what is now texas, arizona, new mexico, utah, nevada, california, colorado, oklahoma, and kansas. the pacific northwest was open country. back east, the appalachian mountain range guarding the interior from south carolina who what was recently maine threatened to confine the great american experiment to the atlantic sea board. the allegiance of the several transstates was unproven. there, settlers looked west down valleys to the mighty mississippi, not over their shoulders that the mountains that separated them from the political creators. former vice president conspiracy of 1805 and 1806 to make a nation for himself and others opened by the purchase had come apart, but illustrated limited control exerted by the east over the west of the national government over its unsettled territory. a continental nation so uncertain that president thomas jefferson deemed it optional, quote, "wheth
of mexico. why aren't we doing that? the answer is no one's asked us to. well, i did. it's important. >> moderator: thanks. we're going to move on to another subject, a topic involving immigration, and ross has that question. >> mr. cruz, letting cubans come here illegally, become legal, an opportunity not open to or immigrants from other countries. shamed we extend that to others? should cubans be held differently there? cruz. -- cruz: the situation in that country is different, oppressive, regime that tortures and murders its citizens and the united states, for centuries, has allowed a situation of the people seeking refugee status from political oppression and torture. it's not something for me in the ab straight. my father was imprisoned and tortured by batista and my aunt was imprisoned on tortured by castro. i would love to be part of ending the cuban adjustment agent, and i think we can as soon as we don't have an o prosessive regime in cuba. if there's a regime that respects the rights of the citizens, doesn't persecute them, of course, we should change the rules, but until t
to john in new mexico. on our line for democrats. caller: good morning. it is a great honor to be on the c-span. i studied this report in geology actually last year at unm, and wrote a report on this report. they use words like unequivocally, climate change is real, they use words like absolutely the climate has been changed. 95% degree of certainty the climate has been changed. now, i drive a ford. and i like driving, like the freedom of driving. i do not want to be a hypocrite. because climate change is real. and you can ignore climate change, it will not go away. claiming it is an act of god will not change it. the top scientists have agreed that the ocean level is rising from melting ice around the world. climate change is real. host: here is the washington times editorial. regulationsomobiles will claim hundreds of lives by making vehicles less safe. the environmental protection agencies were on call shut down to water plants that produce af- caller: i do not know there is enough money to throw at the problems. it is very depressing to me. because i really think that there is going to
peanut corporation in new mexico they make peanut butter, sunland, trader joe's, harry and david and sprouts and the archer brand sold at target. >> all the illnesses investigated are related to peanut butter products from the plant. >> reporter: the company says to look on the side of the jar if the "best if used by" date is between may 1st and september 24, 2013. throw it away. what if your family has gone through half of the jar, what are the signs? >> high fever, stomach cramps, dysentery which can show up in one to three days. we spoke to families of children who got sick, they tell us stories of 103 degree fevers that may have last ford days. they were shocked to realize it may have started with their peanut butter. steve-o sun na o to our website, abc news,.com, to get more information on particular brand. i ha steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> go to our website, abc news,.com, to get more information on particular brand. i have trader joe's in my cabinet. it's not the valencia peanut butter. still hesitant to eat it. it's not that particular style of peanut butter. >>
of the damage from fast and furious. botched atf operation that allowed guns to go across the border to mexico with the intent of tracking them to mexican drug cartels. a painstaking investigative report. it found many of those guns from the u.s. were, indeed, used in murders, kidnappings and at least two massacres across the border. worry joined by one of the reporters covering this for univision. so nice to see you today, sir. thanks for coming by. what did you find? >> well, we found a number of things. i guess what you mentioned already was we found that there is a strong suspicion that some of these weapons from fast and furious operation were used in the 2010 massacre, basically a birthday party where a lot of young teenagers in the city were partaking of a birthday party and hitmen from a rival cartel showed up and killed more than a dozen teenagers. and so there's a strong suspicion that guns from fast and furious were used in that massacre. >> starting with your investigation of that massacre at the birthday party, trying to track three guns used by the assassins there, you were able
of mexico when their plane caught fire. they spent hours in the water, as you can see, waiting for rescue, documenting it all on an ipad. this morning those survivors are here with us for an exclusive live interview. they will tell us of their tales. >> wow. and then some more of our simple savvy silly tips. this one actually from a homeowner, justin from omaha, nebraska. tired of tangled cords. put them in a used old paper tube. >> that's clever. >> we'll have more of these, including the ultimate way to eat a cupcake. >> right, america's children have been struggling with how to figure this out. saying i would like to eat it but i want savannah to tell me how to eat it first. >> you know what, a really good tip. a lot of our virus have been sending them in so we like that. the day's top stories with natalie morales over at the news desk. >> good morning, everyone. president obama and republican challenger mitt romney come face to face tonight in their first presidential debate. tonight's event in denver could help the president maintain his slight lead in the battleground states of flor
of minutes ago to a lady visiting town from new mexico. folks walking right by here. she said she came from new mexico and wanted to take a peek, because they do not get health insurance in new mexico. she said it hardly ever rains where she lives. so on lookers checking things out. we have not seen a dramatic difference in the weather. a little more wind and rain; but it has not been the kind of real hard gusts we're seeing out at the beach. only people who know old towns agory know this is an area that is certainly prone to flooding. we have not seen -- there's a little more wind and rain coming through. there's somebody out there in a sailboat. not the best idea. authorities want people to go home. this is an area prone to flooding. you can expect there will be trouble. businesses have closed. the starbucks closed. a half of places still open. the places open are packed with people inside, people walking into the few restaurants that are open here. so certainly as the day goes on, the night goes on, this will get to be a much more dangerous situation, and the mayor joined us earlier and
sent up and sprinkles too. >>> there was a different kind of launch in new mexico. over 600 hot air balloons took to the sky at the 41st albuquerque international balloon fiesta. this year's event featured an array of colorful balloons and one dedicated to luke skywalker's dad. there he is, good old darth vader. >>> finally, 50 husbands and wives braved hazardous conditions at the 2012 north american wife carrying championships. couples raced through a 278 yard obstacle course and the winning team from finland has won the world championship for the past four years. now for a look at the national weather, we turn to bill karins with a weather channel forecast. four years in a row, what's their secret? what are they doing? >> maybe they have a good relationship and conversations? i don't know. >> they're practicing. >> maybe she's light and he's fast. >> good morning, everyone. temperatures with a big plunge arrived as advertised. this is pretty much what we've been waiting for. what's unusual about this is it's been so warm this year. we've been off the charts with the drought and ev
that sounds good this time of the morning. >>> there was a different kind of launch in new mexico. over 600 hot air balloons took to the sky at the 41st albuquerque international balloon fiesta. this year's event featured an array of colorful balloons and one dedicated to this guy, luke skywalker's dad. what's his name? darth vader. >>> finally, 50 husbands and wives braved hazardous conditions at the 2012 north american wife carrying championships. calls raced through an obstacle course and the winning team from finland has won the world championship the past four years. now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather forecast. the whole thing is not fair. i was reading online and they don't even need to be married. they just have to be man and woman, period. >> wow. what's going to happen next? >> you and i could go. we could compete. we're like office spouses. >> good morning everyone. hope you had a wonderful weekend. warm temperatures. much of the nation experienced the first blast of the fall season. call it an arctic blast
mexico deserted. best known for leaping off skyscrapers. his mother and father were there showing signs of relief. you can only imagine what was going through their minds. it could help with future space exploration, and another way to safely escape should problems arrive. >> heather: what it could mean for our astronauts. thank you so much. >> gregg: i was skeptical that he would make it. he also had on deal with extreme weather through this whole thing in new mexico. they had to postpone the jump earlier this week because of the incredibly high winds there. meteorologist maria molina is watching the weather in the area. you were probably like me. we watched him sitting on the edge of the capsule, there is no way he can survive this. what an incredible feat. >> i can't take an elevator ride up to the top of the empire state building to think he is making such a huge jump. very brave. we do have very quiet conditions out across new mexico. we saw conditions improve with the weather. the reason why they were so unsettled because the storm system has moved east and bringing some travel is
kind of launch in new mexico. over 600 hot air balloons took to the sky at the 41st albuquerque international balloon fiesta. pretty. this year's event featured an array of colorful balloons and one dedicated to luke skywalker's dad. good old darth vader. >>> finally, 50 husbands and wives braved hazardous conditions at the 2012 north american wife carrying championships. couples raced through an obstacle course and the winning team from finland has won the world championship the past four years in a row. okay. >>> and now for a look at your weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. what's the secret? >> my wife's been carrying me for like a decade now. >> and what does she get for that? what is the prize? >> i'm not sure. i'm just glad that she keeps coming back. well, good morning, everyone. as far as the forecast went this weekend, it all got our attention. i saw some people with hats and gloves on this weekend. the cold front swept all the way down to the gulf coast and finally the south got a little bit of that relief. highs were only in the 50s. we only hit 51 in chic
put her on top. >>> this comes to us from kob in albuquerque, new mexico, where one woman might be the oldest user on facebook. maria metzker has sell the will he brated her 105th birthday with friends in her living room and her 85 friends on facebook. she can't even display her actual year of brirt on the page because the social media site doesn't give options that date back that far. >>> i'm lynn berry, this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 5:00. >> good morning. we are starting today with mild temperatures. a little bit of cloud cover, we do not expect any rain. 52 at the airport. a little bit of fog out of there. it should not affect traffic too much. we are going to start out with a little bit of clouds and fog. clouds should break up this afternoon. temperatures will sneak into the low 70's. >> the time is now 4:57. baltimore city police investigating several cases including two shootings. plus -- >> they are looking for suspects and two armed robberie
auctions. >>> this comes to us from kob in albuquerque, new mexico, where one woman just might be the oldest user on facebook. she recently celebrated her 105th birthday with friends in her living room and her 85 friends on facebook. maria can't even display her actual year of birth on the page. >> i'm going to like her. >> because the social media site doesn't include options that date back that far. >> i'm going to friend her. >>> i'm lin berry, this is your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. berry, this i first stop of the day today on your nbc station. berry, this i first stop of the day today on your nbc station. y berry, this first stop of the day today on your nbc station. n berry, this first stop of the day today on your nbc station. n berry, this r first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> and now, from washington's leading news station, this is news4 today. >> looking live from our city cam over the district, clear skies and another warm start to your day, your summer in october forecast is just ahead. first, good morning. i'm aaron gilchrist.
of there to mexico or some other place other than the united states? guest: my dad ran the business with his two bores. they were adamant to keep their products made in the united states. however, i would say the vast majority, something like 60% of my father's went out of business. partly because of it was just cheaper to make things overseas. host: how many documentaries have you done before this one? guest: a lot. i've been making films over ten years. this is our fifth documentary feature off of theaters. we made a lot of small and large television products for hbo. we make our living in the nonfiction world which is rare and lucky. host: are you based? >> new york city. >> which of those documentaries made it biggest? guest: jesus camp. we made a film called "jesus camp." we lost to al gore convenient truth. we all knew we were going to lose. it really sort of struck a nerve. it was really a look at the evangelical right through the eyes of children who are being home schooled and creationism, etcetera. it was at that time in 2007 a real window into this world. we impact judgment on th
. -- there are flaws. from "the new york daily news." dale is on the phone from new mexico. good morning. caller: thank you for having me on. i cannot believe your last caller. the only reason the black panthers were there was to make sure the skinheads did not get in the way of people voting. as far as they're being a problem with the election, it is possible. i think is a very possible. one of these days, maybe you can help us out and put an elementary teacher on exploiting with the electoral college is. i do not know why we have it. host: we will certainly be talking about that this week and next week because it is an important civics lesson. by the way, in case you're interested, we have a c-span in the classroom website that focuses on the process of electing officials. it is a free service. go to c-span.org and you will learn more about among other things the electoral college. "the new york post." another ad from the obama campaign. [video clip] >> in here, it is just you. no ads, no debates, just you. think about this, mitt romney's plan rose back regulations on the banks across the economy, me
, infiltrating mexico's drug cartels, and robert draper inside the house of representatives. the texas book festival, live this weekend on booktv on c-span2. >>> you're watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs. weekdays featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate. on weeknights watch key public policy events, and every weekend the latest nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can see past programs and get our schedules at our web site, and you can join in the conversation on social media sites. >>> a look, now, at the importance of the hispanic vote in the key swing states of florida, colorado and north dakota. this event was held in washington tuesday by the national association of latino elected and appointed officials also known as naleo. this is about 45 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> good morning. we're going to get, we're going to get started with our briefing this morning. the presentation on election 201 by the naleo fund, the national association of latino elected and appointed officials. we're two organizations, one is a membership organization of ofe nation's
to the hospital along the u.s./mexico border overnight in arizona. we have the latest on this breaking story for our viewers in the west. >>> swimming with tigers. you heard that right. tigers. watch as these performers get up close and personal with these massive predators. how it's creating a scary splash. >> oh! >> and buckle up! he's tried to eat his own wrist cast, run for president, and tackled at the emmys. now, he's about to get wild and crazy in times square. stephen colbert is getting ready right now to make over "gma." >> i'm going to make "good morning america" the best morning america. ♪ >>> and stephen colbert joining team robin. we are all braced for that, as you know, robin is recovering from a bone marrow transplant. lara is off. welcome back to elizabeth vargas. these are pictures right now from hong kong. horrific ferry collision there. 37 dead right now. the crew of the ferry has been arrested. we're going to have the details in that coming up. >> what an amazing disaster. >>> we also have an astonishing car accident caught on tape. one of the world's most expensive sup
falling over new mexico 23-miles to the ground. this is going happen we understand when hits 120,000 feet. he is hoping to break it 52-year-old altitude record of 19.5 miles. you may have heard this the last few days the stunt has been canceled numerous times because of weather concerns but they believe that his tore arery is going to be made today. he is just moments away from doing this jump and what he is attempting to do is to break the speed of sound in free fall essentially with his body. the researchers involved with this say it will provide important medical and scientific data that they can study. he is getting close to the point where they tell us he is going to make the jump from space. >> and. >> shannon: he has reached the 120,000-foot mark the point at which we are told he would be preparing to jump and freefall to earth. ever >> balloons fill. floating up. now, above what had been set as sort of the mythical float rate or maximum altitude of 120,000. so it has gone up. going up slowly. 8 miles an hour up now. oh, no, i'm sorry that is the speed across the ground. 8 miles an
the earth in an astronaut-like suit and landed safely in new mexico. the descent lasted over nine minutes. half was in free-fall at a top speed of 833 miles per hour. i can't imagine what that would be like. he broke several records including highest free-fall, fastest free-fall and highest manned balloon flight. >> this is amazing. the first person ever to break the sound barrier, chuck yeager celebrated it by doing it again. he is 89 years old, i believe. that came on the 65th anniversary of his flight. he sat in the back seat of an f 15 eagle aggressor above the mojave desert. >> fantastic. >> i'm looking at him. born in 1923. >> love it. >>> these pictures are fantastic. this is "endeavour." it launched off the space pad and many miles in space. but the final on the streets of los angeles may have been the hardest. several trees had to be cut down on an emergency basis to get the spacecraft through. unfortunately the spacecraft did receive 17 slow driving tickets. >> and a bunch of graffiti. >> that is nothing for l.a. traffic. >> it's moving right along. >> it seems like during this
, baumgartner reached a maximum speed of get this, 833.9 miles an hour during his jump over the new mexico desert. that amounts to mach 1.24. faster than the speed of sound. baumgartner has said the stunt changed his perspective. >> when you stand up there on top of the world you become so humble. it's not about -- breaking records anymore, not about getting scientific data, it is all about coming home alive. >> his poor mother. because of the pressurized space suit, baumgartner didn't feel the rushing air or hear the loud noise he made when he did in fact break the sound barrier. >> incredible footage there. lucky guy. man, applause in the background. well-earned guys. >>> mission accomplished for space shuttle "endeavour," reaching its final resting spot in the city of angels. after zooming through space, 25 times, "endeavour" inched its way from lax to california science center. and just a paltry rate of 2 miles an hour. hundred of trees in fact had to be cut down. traffic signals moved to make way for the massive wing span. "endeavour" arrived to a cheering crowd more than a half day b
jump ever. he'll jump out of a balloon over new mexico and will freefall at speeds of 700 miles per hour. that's just crazy. he's trained for this jump by practicing at heights of 13 and 18 miles high. by comparison, a boeing 747 flies only at 2 1/2 miles up. if you're flying higher than a boeing 747, something is not right. >> you're not supposed to do that. >> no, you're not, it's not safe. >> it will take him three hours to fall, basically, from the edge of space. >> falling for three hours? the mother in me, it's giving me a lot of anxiety >> god bless you. >> >> 5:26. getting a boost. how big an impact mitt romney's debate performance is having on the upcoming election. >>> why a woman accused of running an unlicensed day care is facing more charges this morning. >>> it definitely feels like fall this morning. this is what we're waking up to. what you can expect along the sun rises with weather and traffic on the 1s. >>> looking at the stories making headline is a the 5:29, friends and family mourning the death of a fairfax county teen found dead days after he disappeared. >>>
floated to an astounding 24 miles up, 128,000 feet above the new mexico desert where he opened his capsule, hung his feet out the door, was reminded , saluted, and he just jumped >> release seat belt. >> reporter: saluted and he just jumped right into the record books. he plummeted at an incomprehensible 833 miles an hour, so fast, the only way to see him was this infrared camera. the first human to break the sound barrier with just his body, no jet, no rocket. he tumbled out of control for a few tense seconds, then righted himself and managed to make a sound. >> roger. >> reporter: it was enough for mom. >> okay, here we go, felix. >> reporter: the entire way up and down, felix heard only one voice. >> that a boy. >> reporter: it was the voice of experience. 84-year-old joe kittinger held the record for the highest free fall for 52 years. today, he talked felix through shattering that record by more than 25,000 feet. >> whoa! >> reporter: high winds delayed liftoff last week, but nothing, it seemed, could keep felix from the stratosphere today. he even returned to earth on his feet with a
and it's just -- i can't describe it. >> over 600 balloons filled the skies over new mexico for this festival this year. if you're a regular channel 9 viewer you have no doubt seen the banners across the top of your tv screen and 30-second commercials telling you about the possibility that wusa may not be available to dish tv subscribers starting monday. gan note, our parent -- gannett, our parent company, is in negotiations with dish. to be clear, negotiations are still underway. wusa and gannett are committed to continuing those negotiations. dish issued a statement saying the issues involve use of the company's commercial skipping technology found on the dvr systems that it provides. the complete statement of wusa and gannett's position can be found at wusa9.com. there is some good news in all this. wusa is available over the air oner of rye -- verizon, fios, and others. "game on" overtime after we're finished here. a preview coming up. >>> the big news in sports spreads from the baseball diamond to the football field. the redskins lost the game 24- 17 against the falco
on ulysses s. grant, at the mexico drug cartel and margaret draper inside the house of representatives. the texas book festival live this weekend on booktv on c-span2. now on booktv actor tony danza recounts the year he spent teaching tenth grade english in philadelphia's largest bicycle. the author before becoming an actor wanted to be a teacher, recalls the initial troubles he had engaging his students and his later breakthroughs. this is 45 minutes. [applause] >> hello, everyone. white neck. what are we going to do? i can't believe when i am standing backstage listening to carol say those things about me, i want you to know, by the way, the cameras in january, i want you to see, i thought i had figured out a way to make teaching a. make it a tv job. i could be a teacher and her tv job. they left in january and by was a real teacher. i went listening to ms. carroll say those things to me. the greatest compliment at the end of the year, i had gone through this journey with her and i am reading yours, she asked me what i consider coming back, i thought was the greatest compliment, but
literally from the gulf of mexico all the way up to new england. as we note an area of cloud cover 2,000 miles wide. sandy, she's going to be around a while. and as we mentioned earlier, the storm has sent the presidential candidates scrambling, of course, to rearrange their already exhausting schedules. >> the long-lasting effects of sandy could remain an effect on the election. here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: it's mother nature's october surprise. a storm so big and so destructive it could throw the campaign's final week into chaos. >> the storm will throw a little havoc into the race. >> reporter: for president obama it meant canceling two events and visiting fema headquarters. >> we're going to cut through the red tape. we're not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules. we're going to make sure we're anticipating and leaning forward. >> reporter: there are political stakes, too. a chance for the president to show decisive leadership or to take the blame if the response is bungled. all told, 16 campaign events have already been canceled. mitt romney canceled three in virgi
in mexico. they say there are two suspects detained on the border. they have to communicate with the local authorities. this is on the south side of the border. american agents on the north side say they heard some of the same rumors. but until you get fbi agents there and get some information that's when we'll get ideas whether they are suspects or just stories. the entire area from the border to five miles north where this occurred near naco is considered a crime scene. it's completely shut down. they have helicopters down there. we know more fbi agents have gone down there as well to help support those from the phoenix office that are on scene. we have been told from a sheriff's deputy in the region there have been positive developments so far. while there is officially no arrests. there are two people they have detained south side. the agents were responding to a sensor that went off five miles north of the bored when this went down early yesterday morning. it's not known if agents returned fire. law enforcement said there is a known drug trafficking corridor. >> when you are dealing w
and it shows the swing states. nevada, colorado, and even new mexico, and iowa, wisconsin, michigan, ohio, pennsylvania, new hampshire, virginia, north carolina, and florida. if you live in one of these swing states, we want to hear from you during this next segment and your opinion and all that kind of stuff. so go ahead and dial in now and we want to show you just a little more from last night's state. this is on the topic of libya. [video clip] >> when you look at what has happened just in the last few weeks, the u.s. ambassador out to say this was because of a protest of a youtube video. it took the president two weeks to announce this was a terrorist attack. he went to the u.n. talked about the youtube video six times. if we are hit by terrorists, we will call it what it is, a terrorist attack. our ambassador in tehran has a marine detachment guarding him. should we not have the same for our ambassador in benghazi, a place where we knew there was a al qaeda cell with arms? this is becoming more troubling by the day. now they're trying to blame the romney-ryan ticket for making this a
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